Discover The Science Behind Thermiva: A Revolutionary Approach to Feminine Wellness
The medical world has come so far in the past few years, with new and better technologies and procedures being developed all the time. Often, some procedures get new techniques, making them safer and easier than ever before. One such procedure, known as Thermiva, is a treatment that offers results similar to a vaginoplasty – but in an easier and safer way than ever before. Thermiva is a great choice for many women – but what exactly is this revolutionary approach to a common concern, and how does it work? How can it possibly give vaginoplasty-like results without the concerns that may arise with a traditional procedure? Let’s take a look at what Thermiva is and how it can offer you lasting results when used to treat vaginal laxity.
What is Vaginal Laxity?
Vaginal laxity is a common concern of women of all ages from all backgrounds. This concern can present itself for a variety of reasons, but the most common include age, hormones, weight loss, genetics, and as a result of childbirth. Vaginal laxity is another way of saying the vagina is “loose” or not as tight as it once was. Because of this, many women can suffer physical and psychological effects, such as a lack of sexual satisfaction and concerns about their bodies, as well as problems with self-esteem.
How is Vaginal Laxity Treated?
Vaginal laxity is treated through a procedure known as a vaginoplasty or a vaginal tightening procedure. This surgical procedure is often done as an outpatient procedure and can be combined with other procedures as well. However, many women may not want to deal with the hassle of anesthesia or surgery, and they may not have time for a recovery period. Luckily, a procedure known as Thermiva was invented, and it can help women who want the results of a traditional vaginoplasty, only without the recovery and risks that come with a surgical procedure.
What is Thermiva?
Thermiva is a procedure that has often been dubbed the “non-surgical vaginoplasty.” This procedure offers results very similar to a vaginoplasty, only without having to worry about the surgical side of things. In fact, Thermiva is becoming more and more popular due to how fast and easy it is and the results that many women are discovering.
How Does Thermiva Work?
Thermiva works by utilizing radiofrequency waves to help tighten the muscles and tissues in the vagina. The radiofrequency waves slowly heat the tissues in the vagina, which will then cause the body to begin producing more collagen. The increase in collagen allows the tissues to fill out and become healthier, thus helping the vagina seem tighter. All of this is done at a doctor’s visit without anesthesia. Thermiva is also a painless procedure – the vast majority of women who have elected to undergo the procedure have noted that, at most, they felt a slight discomfort due to the gentle warming sensation but nothing more.
While many women notice results from their very first Thermiva treatment, it is important to note that most women require several treatments in order to get the desired result. This can be achieved by sticking to a schedule your provider lays out for you.
Does Thermiva Have Side Effects?
Thermiva does not have many side effects. You may feel a little warmth and discomfort at first, but this should quickly subside. Since it is non-invasive, you needn’t worry about incisions or the risk of infection. There is also no downtime to the procedure – no pesky recovery time period that can cause you to miss work or have to make arrangements for a ride home.
Is Everyone a Candidate for Thermiva?
Like all procedures, it is important to note whether or not you are a candidate for Thermiva before requesting the procedure. Your provider will work with you to determine whether vaginal tightening through the use of Thermiva or a traditional vaginoplasty is the right choice for you.
If you would like to learn more about Thermiva or to set up an appointment for a consultation to determine if this revolutionary procedure is right for you, call the office of Dr. Ghozland today at 310-393-9359, and we will be happy to help!